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Make Beach Waves With A Flat Iron

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Last Updated: 28 November 2020

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Beachy waves are the go-to celebrity style: Blake Lively, Jennifer Aniston, Jessica Alba, Beyonce, and Chrissy Teigen all regularly rock summery look. Hairstyle look great on real women too, since effortless hairstyle flatters all face shapes, hair types, and ages. But if you think the idea of mastering those perfectly loose curls sounds more than a little daunting, rest assure that these smart tutorials make it oh-so-simple to pull off the popular summer look all year long. No beach trip require. The key to making great waves is using the right products and tools, application tips, and styling tricks from some of our favorite styling pros and experts in Good Housekeeping Institute Beauty Lab. Bonus: Each one of these beach wave tutorials takes less than 10 minutes, some as little as two. Double bonus: Some don't even require curling iron or hair straightener. A key feature of beachy waves is that they begin about halfway down your hair, around ear level. Genius shortcut: pulling hair into a ponytail and curling just tie section with curling wand. This Make it easier to keep track of which pieces you've curled when your strands are gathered in one place. Before using any curling or flat iron, GH Beauty Lab suggests applying heat protectant spray to shield strands from damage, like their top pick below. If you're all about that low-maintenance hair routine, you're probably no stranger to Good, ol' air dry. And It works to make waves, too: With a few strategically placed buns, you can air dry your way to California girl look. Just twist the hair into two knots, secure them in place with pins, then wait it out until they're dry. That's It! To boost bends, before you start forming buns, apply styling product Make to enhance your air-dry strands while hair is damp, like wave spray below. If you can't get enough of your flat iron, here's yet another reason to love it: It can also be used to make waves! The fastest technique of all, It requires only a few minutes, some sea salt spray, and hair straightener. Just part your hair in half, form two twists, then carefully flat-iron them to get pretty bends in no time. Looking to buy a flat iron? Check out Beauty Lab's roundup of the best flat irons you can buy. Getting beach waves on short hair can be trickier than with long hair. Still, this very easy beach waves tutorial is simple to follow and takes less than 10 minutes, making it a perfect option for any day of week. Set your style so it lasts and stays frizz-free by misting medium-to strong-hold hairspray all over, holding can about six inches away from your head for light application. Try GH Beauty Lab's top-tested hairspray, below.

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1. Overnight Beach Waves

Quick head up: this Beach wave tutorial works best on hair that has some natural texture, so if you've got stick-straight hair, you might want to skip ahead, k? Start by running leave-in conditioner or lightweight mousse through freshly washed hair, letting it air dry for 15-ish minutes. When your hair is dampnot wetgrab, your diffuser attachment and, starting at the bottom of your hair, slowly twist and scrunch your hair up towards your scalp with the diffuser. Repeat with the rest of your hair until it's about 80 or 90 percent dry, then run your diffuser along your roots for extra volume. For a super piecey look, mist texturizing spray through your beach wave as the final step.

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